In times like these, Pine Tree Society’s programs and services are more important than ever. Learn more about how we are responding to COVID-19.
In-person. Distance learning. Hybrid. Homeschool. Whatever your back-to-school looks like, Pine Tree Society’s Home and Community Support BHPs are here to help. Courtney Strout, the BHP Supervisor, explains how.Learn More
Pine Tree Camp is thrilled to offer Adventure Day Pass to Maine people with disabilities and their families on select dates through the fall.
Adventure Day Pass is designed to provide safe day use of our 285-acre campus. All of Pine Tree Camp’s outdoor activities are available – hiking on accessible nature trails, boating, kayaking, fishing and swimming, archery – all provided in a physically distanced manner supported by experienced staff.Learn More
We recently caught up with Mike Bell, team leader of Children’s Case Management, to talk about how case managers can help connect children and families to resources to set the foundation for back-to-school success – whether it be in-person, hybrid, remote or homeschool.Learn More
“I have no fear of him going to Kindergarten. They have definitely prepared him. We were blessed with the best. I couldn’t imagine our world without them.”Learn More
“Everyone kept saying how much he would love Pine Tree Camp, but I wasn’t really sure how that would work. I thought there’s no way he could stay because he needs so much one-on-one support. Then I learned I could go with him and stay together in a Family Cabin.”Learn More
Arianna and her mother share their journey and the impact Pine Tree Society's programs have had on their lives.
Watch this clip of Pine Tree Camp's opening day!